NATURAL PERFUME ACADEMY GLOSSARY
The Natural Perfume Glossary compiled by Justine Crane & NPA
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strongly scented materials; specifically refers to rich, balsamic essences, but can be used to refer to nearly any deliciously scented botanical material
Country of origin the Philippines and Indonesia. See: Ylang Ylang
See: Ylang Ylang
Artemisia Alba is a perennial plant native to the Mediterranean countries. The plant is a relative to the wormwood plant and it has the same silvery leaves. This oil has very green and bitter notes and may be useful in chypre and green perfumes.
Ref: Steffen Arctander; Perfume and Flavor Materials of Natural Origin
Artemisia Annua is native to Yogoslavia. It is the least inexpensive of the Artemsias due to it's high yield. It is used mainly as a perfuming material for soap. It has green basil like odor.
Ref: Steffen Artander; Perfume and Flavor Materials of Natural Origin